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Got it, thanks. I'm using the instructions from 927.org
. I'm surprised I've gotten as far as I have, given all the typos (periods instead of forward slashes, mixing cases, etc.) that slowed me down by a couple of hours...
On Tue, Jul 28, 2020 at 7:04 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...
It's just knowing who wrote the software and who created Pi-Star.
(Google MMDVM and Pi-Star would have turned that up) I believe
Pi-Star has a forum and the MMDVM was discussed on Yahoo before they
shut down their mail lists. The P25Reflector is somewhat outside of
the areas we support.
On 7/28/20 7:55 PM, Bob KK6RQ wrote:
OK, thanks. I didn't see any reference to that in any of
the docs or forum discussion. Did I miss it somewhere?
On Tue, Jul 28, 2020 at 6:15
PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...
On 7/28/20 7:13 PM, Bob KK6RQ wrote:
So....I need to 'submit' my reflector info to one
of them to get included on that version of the file,
On Tue, Jul 28, 2020
at 6:01 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...
So, that's the issue. If you use Pi-Star, the host
file comes from Andy Taylor MW0MWZ (The author of
Pi-Star) Andy starts with the the host file from
Jonathan G4KLX which is here <https://github.com/g4klx/P25Clients/blob/master/P25Gateway/P25Hosts.txt
There is nothing sacred about the file. Pi-Star give
the user the ability to add custom entries. If I
dont use Pi-Star I can edit the host file to my
Pi-Star is a "repackaging" of the software from
G4LKX. That is not to say Andy does not add value.
He certainly does and I would venture to say that
without Pi-Star (or something like it) DV hotspots
would not have taken off like it did.
On 7/28/20 6:51 PM, Bob KK6RQ wrote:
I'm not sure I understand your
answer....maybe if I rephrase--
How do I get my P25 reflector/TG to show up
in the pulldown in the P25 section of the
configuration screen of every Pi-Star hotspot
On Tue, Jul
28, 2020 at 4:42 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...
That file starts with <https://github.com/g4klx/P25Clients/tree/master/P25Gateway
Where people get their host file depends on
where they get their software.
On 7/28/20 4:41 PM, Bob KK6RQ wrote:
Thanks, that clears that up.
Another question is, what
determines whether the TG shows up
automatically in everyone's
P25Hosts.txt (ie. "published"?)
Tue, Jul 28, 2020 at 4:39 AM Steve
The P25Reflector software does not
actually care what TG it reflects.
When the reflector sees UDP traffic
on the proper port, it reflects it
to all connected users.
The program that determines what TG,
is actually P25Gateway in it's host
# 10200 North America
This tells P25Gateway, when you see
traffic on TG 10200 send the traffic
(184.108.40.206) on UDP port 41000.
As to the name, again it's in the
P25Gateway host file.
73, Steve N4IRS
I'm having some difficulty while
installing the whole package
(G4-somebody/dvswitch) using the 927.org
instructions (which is riddled
I've read everything I've been
able to google, both here and
elsewhere, but I'm stuck on a
concept or two:
What (and WHERE or WHO) determines
what your newly installed P25
reflector's TG ID is?
I probably will choose not to
publish the TG (at first, at
least) but where do I give it its
name? I saw a thread where Steve
says some ppl are using the same #
as their chosen DMR TG (which
already exists; I'm trying to link